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remarks? >> i refer people to the state of texas for the last decade and being the job creation capital of this country. if that is crony capitalism. america needs some of that. we know how to create jobs. you keep the taxes low you have a regulatory climate that is fair and predictable, a legal system that doesn't allow for oversuing. if you want to trade a democratic insider for somebody else, they are looking for an outsider a job creator. i'm the only one that is standing up to the republican side and has those qualifications. >> let's take a snapshot of where your campaign stands now. you had a strong start. a lot of enthusiasm about the candidacy, about the values what you've been able to accomplish in the state of texas. a little bit of difficulty there during the debates in the beginning. now it seems you feel you are picking up more momentum. what do you attributed that to? >> look, there has been four or five individuals who have led in the iowa polls. i think people are very unsettled. they are seeing three really strong individuals that are on the conservative side, but agai
and allowances that have been made. as texas governor, you have afforded the same attention to the oil industry. back in 2003, you signed a bill that reduced the taxes paid by some natural gas companies that had helped them reap better than $7 billion in tax savings. so i guess what i am saying, are you guilty of the same behavior as governor, favoring an industry that you claim this president has, favoring the green industry? >> today the 220th anniversary of the signing of the bill of rights. and one of those, the 10th amendment, i like a lot. and the reason is because that is how our founding fathers saw this country set up, whether we had the laboratories of innovation. it should be in the purview and the decision-making process of a state, if they want to put tax policies in place that helps make them be more competitive -- we did it not only for the oil & gas industry, but for the alternative industry, alternative energy industry and the wind industry. they came in drove, made texas the number-1 wind energy producing state in the nation. but government shouldn't pick winners and losers fr
of entry coming from juarez to el paso or renosa to mcallen, texas. but this is the main argue in the favor of this. this is in the middle of an extremely remote area. a very small village on the mexican side. otherwise, you have literally hundreds of miles of no basically habitation on the u.s. side. it's not a place where lots of traffic is going to come true. not a place even the makes sense for drug smuggleer ospeople smugglers to cross because on the other side you have the national park servic service. they are watching their own land. less likely place for a real smuggleer to want to come through. >> greta: are you telling me it doesn't make sense if you are a drug smallerring in juarez to move your operation to this point, honor system point that once you through through the honor system there is no way to get to a market to sell your drugs? is that the explanation on the other side of this? >> the sad reality of the texas boarder in particular and i saw this with the helicopter unit of the custom and border protection in mcallen, texas, you can get through anywhere. smugglers have
friends. remember when carter inviteed ping to this country and he was in texas and this is the first time a chinese premier came to the country and look at the wonderful things that happened in our relationship of reaching out and talking. if a president right now, i think, would reach out early in this young man's term, it would be huge. >> greta: it's interesting, having traveled there three times with you, you know, the people are so sealed off from the world. they have no idea. just to consider cracking that wall a little bit. they near fear of us. they think we are trying to kill them every single day. you would think that this might be an opportunity to crack that eighths bit. >> kim jong il was aphrased of flying. he only travel to the soviet union and to china for his son, who we have been told was educated probably in switzerland. he has traveled. and it's a great opportunity for this administration to neutralize this issue in the korean peninsula by reaching out and making a friend of this guy. >> yon i don't think people realize even how much samaritans first has done in terms
with a scorpion? >> you eat it! >> live in the all-important state of iowa. we are live in south texas, "on the record" at ground zero, the fight on the border with mexico. the republican party disappointed the american people, too? >> you know, i think that a lot of the disappointment in the republican party has to do with... democrat pundits and many in the media making it sound like the republicans haven't tried. >> we have a jam-packed show from naples, florida, the gulf coast. >> do you have any idea how many are here? >> 300 or 400 firefighters. >> what do you think is going to happen? who will cry uncle first? >> good question. i don't know. >> i have some of my favorite things to see people with unusual hats. that's fun. everyone's got some sort of something to represent the couple. hello and welcome to pyongyang, known as north korea to the american audience. we are broadcasting live. it's 11:32 a.m. in north korea right now. and it is a very exciting time for "on the record" because this is the very first time we are broadcasting live. goodgood night from washington, d.c., your na
america, i've learned that when you ask someone in texas if they want "big" savings on car insurance, it's a bit like asking if they want a big hat... ...'scuse me... ...or a big steak... ...or big hair... i think we have our answer. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> a terrible accident at a texas airport. a fashion model walks into a spinning airplane propeller. lawrence stepped off the plane after a christmas light sightseeing tour. her family said she went to thank the pilot but it was dark and she walk right into the propeller. doctors had to amputate her left hand and they are trying to save her left eye. her family is terribly shaken but they have a glimmer of hope. she's talking a little. she's also the editor of an online fashion magazine. now to donald trump. he says he has the answers and that's why he's a magnet for the gop presidential hopefuls. later this month the reality tv star plans to moderate a republican debate. and he wrote a new book spelling out his ideas to make america great. it's called "time to get tough." donald
with thermacare. urney across america,s of pain relief i've learned that when you ask someone in texas if they want "big" savings on car insurance, it's a bit like asking if they want a big hat... ...'scuse me... ...or a big steak... ...or big hair... i think we have our answer. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. for a hot dog cart. my mother said, "well, maybe we ought to buy this hot dog cart and set it up someplace." so my parents went to bank of america. they met with the branch manager and they said, "look, we've got this little hot dog cart, and it's on a really good corner. let's see if we can buy the property." and the branch manager said, "all right, i will take a chance with the two of you." and we've been loyal to bank of america for the last 71 years. >> greta: orin hatch goes on the record in 60 seconds but first, headlines. >> reporter: former penn state football coach, jerry sandusky backing out a preliminary hearing. alleged victims were ready to testify according to onebury. now, they have to wait until the trial starts. for
of the day -- for example, my home state of texas, you talk along the rio grande to the latino voters and they're wired up about illegal immigration, their farms and e.r.a. are being hurt by it. so they're tough on immigration but they don't want -- whatever candidate talks about immigration to depict them in a way that doesn't seem to be respectful and that's really key >> i don't think the democrats win by anything close to the margin last time, which was 68-3 2. i think the republicans are likely to win a much larger percentage because the number one issue in the latino community is the number one issue in america. jobs, jobs, jobs, and this administration -- the unemployment was supposed to be 6% today according to the president0s own document. don't take my word for it. go google the president's document issued 11 days before he was sworn into office, laying out the benefit of passing the stimulus program immediately and there's a chart in there, and it says, unemployment today would be 6% and unemployment would top out at 8% by the end of the summer of 2009. and instead we have
security employees in the washington area. i'm prepared to move up to half of them to texas, new mexico, and arizona, if that's what it takes to have the manpower to control the border. >> one of the biggest problems in washington is the log jam, trying to get anything accomplished. assume you're president and that you have a democratic senate and i will give you republican house. what makes you think you're any different from president obama and actually sort of trying to break through the political divide that, that you can accomplish something? that's the dynamic we're missing, the ability to bridge that gap and get things done. >> i think one of my biggest advantages as a potential president is the fact i served for 20 years in the ice. was speaker of the house. i understand the legislative process, and i know that the first thing a president would have to do in the circumstance you're describing is reach out and find some democratic senators who would work with us to get things done in a bipartisan way. i have been trying to convince the house'mans for several months to pass the we
north korea's leader to a basketball game.urn, i've learned that when you ask someone in texas if they want "big" savings on car insurance, it's a bit like asking if they want a big hat... ...'scuse me... ...or a big steak... ...or big hair... i think we have our answer. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> shannon: one week after the death of kim jong-il world waits on edge to see what north korea does next. south korean met with the new leader kim jong un. >> franklin graham spoke with greta. >> nice to see you. >> greta: reverend i know there has been so much talk about north korea with kim jong-il dying but he is not the one. that is his son and your father billy gram met him in 1992. we have extraordinary video. can you tell me under what circumstances that your father met with kim jong un? >> we thought was very unusual, my father felt this was going to be an opportunity to try to have some kind of christian influence in this regime. the government, of course, is atheist, its communist country. there are many christians that l
, last foray was a senate defeat. pervy a governor. running out of texas, running on a national stage for first time. people are suspicious. they will take a while to get to know people and they will watch the early debate and size them up for confidence, the ability to speak. all these things. lot of it depends who is asked what in the debates. two gets a lot of time. who doesn't. there are so many variables. it's up to the people to get noticed. they are running. up to them to get noticed and get the vote. up to them to make the connection, lights people up. why some people can do it, like i can, and others can't, talent i guess. who knows? >> greta: the debates. helpful to the american people or not so useful? >> these are. this series of debates, i think on balance most of them have actually been very good. have been very thorough. i think they have had many, many good debates where conservatism was well articulated and explained and argued about. the early debate, there was a doubtless unity that the real target here politically was obama. that is who everybody was focused on bea
and intense snow drifts. but the massive the snowfall is a welcome sight in oklahoma and texas. tuesday proving to be a winner on wall street, mountains fgt best day. dow jones finished up 337 points s&p 500 gained 36 and. good news out of europe and jump of comp instruction of new apartments here in the u.s.. now back to greta. >> greta: donald trump different his debate burr could he turn the presidential election upside-down. it shows that trump is a big spoiler potential. if he decides to run as an independent it puts it to the test against mitt romney and donald trump, he scored the highest. what would a trump run mean. editor rick cline joins us. we know what happened in 1992 when we had a ross perot as a spoiler. if donald trump would take 19%, romney 31 if he were the other candidate. undecided is 19%? >> anyone that gets in the field will play the spoiler. all the pieces are in place for a third party candidacy to take off. you have different parties, you have people hating institutions across the board. the only evidence that they can do something if it takes away from one can
about president obama's hawaiian vacation. that is next. ask someone in texas if they want "big" savings on car insurance, it's a bit like asking if they want a big hat... ...'scuse me... ...or a big steak... ...or big hair... i think we have our answer. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. when bp made a commitment to the gulf, we knew it would take time, but we were determined to see it through. today, while our work continues, i want to update you on the progress: bp has set aside 20 billion dollars to fund economic and environmental recovery. we're paying for all spill- related clean-up costs. and we've established a 500 million dollar fund so independent scientists can study the gulf's wildlife and environment for ten years. thousands of environmental samples from across the gulf have been analyzed by independent labs under the direction of the us coast guard. i'm glad to report all beaches and waters are open for everyone to enjoy. and the economy is showing progress with many areas on the gulf coast having their best tourism seasons in ye
. call the number on your screen or visit our website to apply. >> a terrible accident at a texas airport. a fashion model walks into a spinning airplane propeller. lawrence stepped off the plane after a christmas light sightseeing tour. her family said she went to thank the pilot but it was dark and she walk right into the propeller. doctors had to amputate her left hand and they are trying to save her left eye. her family is terribly shaken but they have a glimmer of hope. she's talking a little. she's also the editor of an online fashion magazine. now to donald trump. he says he has the answers and that's why he's a magnet for the gop presidential hopefuls. later this month the reality tv star plans to moderate a republican debate. and he wrote a new book spelling out his ideas to make america great. it's called "time to get tough." donald told us all about it. >> donald, nice to see you and congratulations on your book. >> thank you. >> why did you write it. >> i see what's happening to the country, i have ideas i think i believe very strongly in and i put some of those ideas out ther
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